bless up rastafari
jeremiah iman nah deal wit the proper spelling. if i can pronounce it iman a see this better for i to spell like the sound so no thats not what i ask rasta. iman a specifically ask you the spelling you choose because the majority of da i post iman a sight you laying down da RULE seen. so when da i a say "I man always say RASTAFARI are the rule models of righteousness." iman a agree but wit some clarification. iman a also sight rastafari as the rule model of righteousness. ras tafari being selassie i. go into any inner city and establish rule of law patterned after ras tafari the community will flourish straight. but due to babylons need of the ghetto yutes dem for survival a rule of different sorts a gwaan seen. so rasta man and rasta woman sight up H.I.M. and become ROLE models seen. but now we go to what diop a say and in i opinion white rastaman/woman cannot be role models for the ghetto yutes dem unless it is a RULE because da white rastaman/woman dem nah see racism so how can u play the role of role model for the black youth dem when u hurt dem more but with good intentions. so i ask again rasta do da i mean rule or role.
holy emmanuel i haile selassie i empress menen i prophet marcus i nyabingi i harriet tubman i
true role models you know
one black luv JAHH RAASTAFARI
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